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BREAKING: Tomorrowland announces new wave of artists

With festival season looming, electronic music fans across the globe are planning their summer, and the huge decision making process is always determined by lineups. One festival that never fails to deliver is Tomorrowland in Belgium. The spectacular event draws almost 400,000 fans from across the globe over it’s recently extended two weekends, and their latest line up addition makes the event even more impossible to turn down.

Whilst the festival – held in BoomBelgium – already boasts planned performances from the likes of Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Tiësto, Above & Beyond, and Tomorrowland residents Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, it seemed impossible to top this already stellar list. However, the People of Tomorrow will not be disappointed with the huge new additions dropped today. The new acts include: Afrojack, Alan Walker, Benny Benassi, Blasterjaxx, Chuckie, Galantis, Ookay, Quintino, and Ummet Ozcan. Alongside the aforementioned producers are house musics finest Erick Morillo, Duke Dumont, and Idris Elba, not to mention UK garage and R&B legend Craig David, who presents his TS5 concept, bringing a wide variety to the genre-crossing festival.

This new list of names provides only a segment of the full lineup, with even more names to be revealed tomorrow. With so many stages still awaiting a full line up, much debate has surrounded acts that will be announced. Whilst the Pryda, Anjunabeats, Axtone and STMPD Records arenas amongst others still have plenty of names to be added, the main stage is shaping up nicely. Held on 20-22 July and 27-29 July, the festival is closing in fast, so expect the lineup to fill up pretty quickly over the coming weeks.

Let us know who you want to see added to the line up that isn’t already there, and take a look at the full announcement below.

Lewis is a 21 year old UK-based writer and editor, bringing interviews with Carl Cox, CamelPhat, and more to We Rave You in his 2+ years with the team. His musical preferences cover most genres, with a deeper love for progressive and trance.

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